Tag Archives: Norman Rockwell

Classic Covers: The “Post”-Holiday

As we all know The Saturday Evening Post is famous for memorable holiday covers. But what about the “post”-holiday covers? After the many exciting days of anticipation and preparation, all we can say is, “Thank goodness that’s over!”  More

Classic Covers: By the Light …

The “star” in some paintings is not just the subject of the piece, but the lighting—a face lit by lamplight, a city bathed in sunshine, or the reflections of a snowfall. Post cover artists show intriguing use of light in all seasons.  More
Army private with care package trailed by superiors

Rockwell’s Willie Gillis

Two lovely ladies are at their mailboxes, but the situation isn’t pretty. Seems both have been communicating with the same soldier, Willie Gillis. Not the first time we find Willie in hot water.  More

Norman Rockwell: Getting the Real Picture

Hundreds of thousands of visitors have toured the one-room Norman Rockwell Museum, but beginning in May, visitors will have a new experience as it turns back the clock to be more representative of “what Rockwell’s work life was really like.”  More
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